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Excavation Safety

3 General Requirements Introduction This guide will provide information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) general safety requirements for excavation work as published in 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1926 Subpart P. Definitions • Competent person - One who is ...

Excavation, Trenching and Shoring Safety

This material was produced under grant number 46C4 DT05 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U. S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U. S. Department of Labor, nor does its mention of trade names, commercial products, or ...

CODE OF PRACTICE

22 EXCAVATION 4.6 Barriers and warning signs Where person at risk due to excavation Regulation 3.109(1) states (1) If, at a workplace where excavation work is to be done, ...

Section 4 Excavation, Sheeting and Cofferdams

Section 4 Excavation, Sheeting and Cofferdams 4.1 General Guidelines for Excavation Protection and Support The designer should become familiar with the appropriate specifications in the most current version of the Standard Specifications for Construction and Materials .

Excavation Safety

Pub. No. HS02-016C(6-08) Excavation Safety Goal This program provides information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) general safety requirements for excavation work as published in 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1926 Subpart P. Objective To familiarize workers with the ...

Excavation & Trenching Safety

This presentation was prepared in support of the Department of Buildings Excavation and Trench Safety Guidelines Flyer. It illustrates what, in the author's opinion, are the most important issues related to excavation and trenching safety.

3 Excavation

3-1 CHAPTER THREE: EXCAVATION During the construction of a highway or bridge, existing materials may be required to be removed. These materials occupy the space in which a new highway or bridge is planned.

DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS - PART 9 ...

excavation shall be separated from the excavation and protected by a guardrail as prescribed in Part 45. Fall Protection, being R 408.44501 et seq. of the

ITEM 04203.991210 M - EXCAVATION, SAMPLING, REUSE ...

ITEM 04203.991210 M - EXCAVATION, SAMPLING, REUSE, TRANSPORTATION, AND DISPOSAL OF NON-HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL Page 1 of 3 6/25/97 A. DESCRIPTION This work shall include the excavation ...

EXCAVATION AND TRENCH SAFETY GUIDELINES

EXCAVATION AND TRENCH SAFETY GUIDELINES January 2005 Michael R. Bloomberg Mayor Patricia J. Lancaster, FAIA Commissioner 9 Each side of an excavation or trench that is 5 feet or deeper must be protected by shoring/bracing and sheeting or be sloped - unless it is cut from rock. 9 Each open side ...